Let me start off by saying that this was the most difficult thing I have tried to take a picture of so far. I could not get a straight picture and was about to lose my cool while stomping off to get the tripod. Then I realized that the sticker on the bottle was crooked and not my picture taking.
So I apologize for the crooked picture but it’s not my fault and I’m okay with that.
I stumbled upon this yogurt from Traderspoint Creamery, while I was picking up some Snowville half and half for Scott’s coffee. I thought this was just a milk company and then I noticed that this bottle said yogurt on it.
I’ve been looking around for a new yogurt for a little while now. I still love Fage but sometimes I want something a little sweeter and not so thick. I’ve been displeased with yogurts lately and all about abandoned my mission. Then the florescent store lights shined down up this gem.
100% grassfed cows and certified organic. Pretty close since this dairy is just over in Indiana. I can live with that. They have different flavors of yogurt and even have a full-fat variety.
Traderspoint advertises that their yogurt is more like European style yogurts and that it has won numerous awards. I read the ingredient list and that was fine, so I decided to give it a try. I bought the low-fat vanilla yogurt.
Believe me when I tell you that at this point, this is hands-down the best yogurt I have ever tasted. It is thick and dreamy. It tastes like vanilla cream.
No really, it tastes like cream.
If this is what European yogurt is like then I want it all the time. The yogurt I’m used to has a harsh tang to it that I know turns some people off. I don’t mind it, yogurt is something I really enjoy. But this? This is amazing yogurt that I swear would turn any yogurt hater into a yogurt eating fool.
I love that it comes in a glass bottle but at the same time it does make it difficult to stir the yogurt. I used a butter knife the first time and now it’s low enough that I can just gently shake the bottle to combine everything. It pours right out and is smooth like, well, like good cream.
I can’t get enough of it! When I pull it out, even Scott has to pour himself a couple spoonfuls because you just can’t pass it up. So good!
If you’re lucky enough to see this creamery in your local dairy section, give it a try because it’s worth every penny.
Disclaimer: I purchased this yogurt on my own and reviewed it on my own. Traderspoint Creamery is in no way associated with this review.
2 thoughts on “Review: Traderspoint Creamery Yogurt”
I’ve always wanted to try this, but I think the price always scared me away, especially since I was concerned I wouldn’t like it. It’s been a good long while since I’ve even made yogurt in my machine, but even then I wasn’t pleased with the results.
Nicole, yeah it is a little pricey but oh so worth it!